Elementum Physical Palladium ETC

$21.62
Cash Value

119,600
Shares Outstanding

$2,585,262
Total AUM

Overview

ETC Overview
Base CurrencyUSD
Currency HedgedNo
ISINXS2265370234
Metals LendingNo
Physical DeliveryNo
Underlying ExposurePhysically backed with allocated metal subject to LPPM rules for Good Delivery
Vault/Warehouse InspectorInspectorate International
Vault/Warehouse LocationLondon and Switzerland
Cash Value and AUM22 Sep 2022
Cash Value per ETC Security$21.6159
Daily Change$-0.0200
Daily Return-0.09%
Total AUM of ETC$2,585,261.64
Shares Outstanding119,600
Metal/Index Quantity1,191.91 troy oz
Metal/Index Entitlement0.0099658341
(0.01 at launch)
Metal/Index Price$2,169.00
Structure
DomicileIreland
Replication MethodPhysical - bullion backed
Legal FormDebt Security
Legal StructureETC
Further Legal and Tax Information
ISA & SIPPEligible
Sharia CompliantNo
Securities RegulatorCentral Bank of Ireland
UCITS EligibleEligible
UK Reporting StatusYes
Key Service Providers
CustodianEternyze AG
TrusteeApex Corporate Trustees (UK) Limited
IssuerElementum Metals Securities plc
RegistrarThe Bank of New York Mellon, SA/NV
Fees
Total Expense Ratio0.20%
Entry / Exit FeesNone when traded on Exchange
Passported Countries
Austria Belgium
Denmark Finland
Germany Italy
Liechtenstein Luxembourg
The Netherlands Norway
Sweden United Kingdom

Listings & Codes

Country Exchange Trading Currency Exchange Ticker ISIN SEDOL WKN Bloomberg Ticker Settlement Period Reuters Instrument Code Listing Date
Germany Xetra EUR 0IID XS2265370234 A3GNPY 0IID GY T+2 0IIDG.DE 18/01/2021
UK LSE USD TPAL XS2265370234 BMYCKK5 TPAL LN T+2 TPAL.L 20/01/2021
UK LSE GBX TPDS XS2265370234 BKQMVZ1 TPDS LN T+2 TPDS.L 09/04/2021
Switzerland SIX CHF TPAL XS2265370234 58847495 TPAL SW T+2 TPAL.S 15/06/2021
Italy Borsa Italiana EUR TPAL XS2265370234 TPAL IM T+2 TPAL.MI 17/06/2021

Performance

Product
Month-To-Date4.27%
1m 3.62%
3m 16.49%
6m -13.26%
Year-To-Date9.77%
1 Year11.41%
2 YearN/A
Benchmark
Month-To-Date4.28%
1m 3.63%
3m 16.55%
6m -13.17%
Year-To-Date9.93%
1 Year11.63%
2 Year-1.59%

Underlying Holdings

Spot metal specifications

Structure
Index NameSpot Palladium LBMA specifications
Index ProviderLBMA
Index Constituent Count1
CurrencyUSD
Bloomberg TickerPLDMLNPM
Reuters Index TickerXPD=
Index Websitehttps://www.lppm.com

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The Russian Invasion of Ukraine has precipitated a humanitarian catastrophe and thrown many world markets into turmoil. Much of the global response has been in the form of sanctions, which have put pressure on energy supplies and put the future of many mineral inputs under the spotlight.

In this webinar, we examine the ramifications of the war from a net zero perspective. Will the sanctions delay the drive to net zero? How might global commodities markets be disrupted? Will the war itself distract governments from the importance of decarbonisation? Is the end of globalisation nigh, and what effect might this have on the green agenda?

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2022 Metals Outlook w/ CRU

In this second instalment of our Outlook series, NTree's Head of Research, Hamad Ebrahim and CRU's Director, Paul Robinson discuss the past, present, and future trends in the metals markets, particularly precious and base metals.

Paul has over 25 years’ experience in commodity industries working across the metals, mining, and power sectors. He is a member of CRU’s Group Executive and works on M&A activities and broader business development opportunities for the company.

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27/01/2021

Spotlight Series II: Platinum Group Metals - Cleaning the World’s Air

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